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borrow

Research ethics
A euphemism meaning to plagiarise.
 
Vox populi
To receive from another as a loan, with the implied or expressed intention of returning the identical article or its equivalent in kind; the opposite of lend.
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During 2011, 10,894 borrowers across the two provinces were paid claims of Rs 357.
For borrowers with public bonds or equities, there is an additional complication.
Borrowers experiencing difficulties in making payments should contact their lender or the department, and we will work with them," Greene says.
For instance, some financial institutions specialize in high-risk loans, while others are better at working with troubled borrowers to keep them in the property, he said.
The document retention issues for conduit borrowers, however, can extend back well beyond the three-year limitation period.
While the volunteers agree only to deliver and return books, they often form a rapport with the borrowers and spend time with them apart from the program.
Because different groups of borrowers have different credit characteristics, the risk-management approach taken may affect the distribution of mortgage borrowers across income groups, race and ethnic categories, and neighborhoods.
Their 232/223(f) program provides fixed-rate, non-recourse, long-term funding with 85% loan-to-value, 35-year amortization, current interest rates of 8%, no short-term balloon and flexible prepayment-all characteristics that we advise borrowers to look for.
For example, a loan agreement calls for a bank to receive (or net) 9% interest, with any tax obligation falling on the borrower.
But in 1973, supposedly in an effort to wean the borrowers off federal support, Congress ordered that all outstanding loans--$7.
Where individuals are the borrowers, their credit history will be reviewed comparable to the credit check performed in a residential mortgage application.